Our program enhances the medical education of residents by introducing various interactive lectures, case-oriented presentations and hands-on workshops, in addition to rotations and research opportunities.

Gain experience in unique aspects of pediatric training including advocacy, leadership, global health, portable ultrasound, trauma, quality improvement and pediatric public health.

Rotations

Our teams of three to nine residents gain a concrete foundation throughout residency in our four-week rotation blocks. The following sequences include Team C (Hematology/Oncology), Team H (Hospitalist), Team K (Cardiology, Neurology, Pulmonology, Rheumatology), and Team D (Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Private Pediatricians).

Other blocks within the rotations include Adolescent Medicine (ADOL), Developmental Pediatrics (DEV), Special Care Nursery (SCN), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), General Academic Pediatric (Gen Peds) and Emergency Department (ED).

Learn more about rotations.

Program Level 1

An example rotation schedule for Pediatrics residents in year 1

First-year residents:

  • Function as the patient's primary physician
  • Gain responsible for all aspects of patient care under direct supervision
  • Receive an upper level resident mentor and a continuity clinic attending advisor 

Program Level 2

Pediatric Residency Year 2

Second-year residents:

  • Assume an increased level of responsibility for patient management
  • Receive an introduction to teaching and team leadership
  • Chose to individualized curriculum in areas of interest
  • Have faculty physicians as subspecialty advisors

Program Level 3

Pediatric Residency Year 3

Third-year residents:

  • Gain extensive experience as teachers and supervisors
  • Pursue an individualized curriculum tailored to their career paths